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Although not a lethal issue, I can't help but think that I should have to type -f at the bootloader every time I want to boot OS X in order to have network connectivity and Time Machine functionality! :)


Since that boot switch is for ditching the kextcache I assumed the problem lied there so I tried erasing it and rebuilding myself but either I'm using the wrong syntax in the terminal or something is wrong as it always says something to the effect of "archive would be too large" and abandons the rebuild.


Am I looking in the right place here? I could just add the -f switch to startup and never have to type it again but I'd prefer to have it working properly!!

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